A newer addition to the plane inventory over at FlightProSim is a collection of planes from the Airbus family, otherwise known as the A320 flight simulator planes.
A more slim passenger plane than the bulky 747, the Airbus has risen up in the ranks to constitute the bulk of new passenger plane purchases across the globe.
As the airline industry beings to cut back on the fuel-burning luxuries like over-sized seating and luggage compartments, this type of plane will no doubt only grown in popularity.
In the real world, the makers of the Boeing 747 are starting to worry as the A320 takes over the market, but competition is a good thing.
The end result is two companies bringing radical innovations to the airplane industry.
And thanks to the FlightProSim A320 flight simulator, now you can be the one sitting in the cockpit—putting those innovations to the test. No matter what model of A320 plane you are flying, you can be sure to get an incredibly realistic virtual flying experience.
Some of the Airbus planes, however, do still need some work. Some models could use some more options, and for this particular class of airplanes there are still a few handling improvements necessary for replicating the realistic flying conditions of the plane.
But developers with near genius capabilities in game design and flight simulation, especially when they put their heads together, are working on making sure the A320 flight simulator is brought up to speed with the realism and quality that is consistent throughout the game.
One of the most amazing things about FlightProSim is the company’s dedication to constantly improve. They are always adding further inventory and options, and buyers get free lifetime upgrades upon purchase.
Even if there are still needed improvements, the developers have worked wonders with replicating the unique Airbus cockpit.
A lot of what went into the cockpits on these particular planes were true innovations in the airline industry, so the game creators have been sure to pay close attention to detail in order to preserve the small things that make these planes unique.
As far as difficulty goes, these planes have a little more room for error and are probably great for a just above average pilot who has some experience with the game but isn’t quite an advanced player yet. They can still get a little bit of a challenge and have that realistic experience without taking on aircraft they can’t handle.
I find it refreshing that FlightProSim has decided to put so much effort into this line of French-made airplanes which are so often dismissed in the simulation industry.
Their dedication to providing the A320 flight simulator shows how determined they are to having the most thorough airplane inventory possible.
So hop into the cockpit and take these planes home to France, where they were born. Marvel at the attention to detail in the scenery of a country that itself seems designed by greatness. Wherever you want to go, whatever you want to see, the A320 flight simulator will take you there.